Mission: Preparing for Success, Changing Lives, Building Better Tomorrows.
Serving others is a way of life for Wally Kelly, from his time spent in the military to his church ministry.
“I feel called to serve,” Kelly said. “I feel called to serve this community.”
Moore Norman Technology Center has recently been recognized as a Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Distinguished School for providing transformative learning opportunities for students through its Pre-Engineering program that offers PLTW courses. It is one of just 204 high schools across the U.S. to receive this honor.
As Oklahoma’s economy roars back to life, the hospitality industry is facing a new challenge. Restaurants and hotels are struggling to find workers willing to work at their businesses. They say the critical shortage is causing many to not operate at full capacity.
Moore Norman Technology Center is powering up a new program for individuals interested in driving large vehicles, such as trucks and school buses.
The center will be offering classes to help people obtain a commercial driver's license, which is required to operate large vehicles, such as those used for municipalities, transportation and construction.
“Preparing for success, changing lives, building better tomorrows.”
Moore Norman Technology Center is recognized as the first choice for workforce development and training, committed to providing an outstanding educational experience for every student and client.
- Data-Driven Decision-Making
- Diversity & Inclusion
- Honesty, Integrity, & Transparency
One hundred percent of MNTC Workforce & Economic Development clients surveyed said they would use our services again and would recommend our services to other businesses.
Career and technical education (CTE) through Moore Norman prepares graduates with industry training, curriculum rigor, and employability skills that provide options for them to take employment,
start a college degree program, or both.
Cost-Benefit Analysis of CareerTech Career Majors - Lifetime Income Gains and the Impact on the Oklahoma Economy. A study prepared by Mark C. Snead, Ph.D.